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Jury in Duval County Florida, finds Michael Dunn guilty of first degree murder in the shooting death of Jordan Davis.
Sabrina Allen, a Texas girl allegedly kidnapped by her noncustodial mother 12 years ago, was recovered safely in Mexico.
Police say more than 900 chickens were killed after intruders broke into a Foster Farms facility in Fresno, California.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest comments on Secret Service Director Julia Pierson's resignation.
The Tallahassee Police Department released video of an incident where a 62-year-old woman was tased by an officer.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson offered her resignation, which Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson accepted.
The man accused of scaling a White House fence was ordered to undergo mental health testing at a D.C. court appearance.
Officials discuss the intake procedure for a man diagnosed with Ebola after he was initially not screened for the virus.
Her allegiance lies with both the SF Giants and the Orioles but today she mentions her tie to the Washington Nationals.
In Hong Kong, they protest for democracy; in Colorado, they boycott classes to protest a new history curriculum.
Author Jeffrey Robinson weighs in on the White House security breach and offers a solution to the lack of "intensity."
CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with presidential candidate Marina Silva days before Brazilians go to the polls.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz sits down with CNN's Wolf Blitzer to discuss the upcoming midterm elections.
Rep. Elijah Cummings spoke with Wolf Blitzer about the recent White House breaches and the diminishing reputation of the Secret Service.
CNN's Maggie Lake talks to Jamie Metzl about how important the protests in Hong Kong for its future.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry says several children are being monitored after coming into contact with a man infected with Ebola.
A jury mistakenly gave probation instead of a decade in prison for a drunk driving crash where a child lost his leg.
The first domestic case of the Ebola virus sent pharmaceutical stocks surging, but Wall Street is still a world away from Africa, where the disease continues to spread.
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